SB 10.51.54

manye mamānugraha īśa te kṛto
 rājyānubandhāpagamo yadṛcchayā
yaḥ prārthyate sādhubhir eka-caryayā
 vanaṁ vivikṣadbhir akhaṇḍa-bhūmi-paiḥ
Synonyms: 
manye — I think; mama — to me; anugrahaḥ — mercy; īśa — O Lord; te — by You; kṛtaḥ — done; rājya — to kingdom; anubandha — of attachment; apagamaḥ — the removal; yadṛcchayā — spontaneous; yaḥ — which; prārthyate — is prayed for; sādhubhiḥ — saintly; eka-caryayā — in solitude; vanam — the forest; vivikṣadbhiḥ — who desire to enter; akhaṇḍa — unlimited; bhūmi — of lands; paiḥ — by rulers.
Translation: 
My Lord, I think You have shown me mercy, since my attachment to my kingdom has spontaneously ceased. Such freedom is prayed for by saintly rulers of vast empires who desire to enter the forest for a life of solitude.